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Roches Bleues Chalet
Corsica

The restaurant " Chalet Roches Bleues " on the road leading from Piana to Porto, in Corse-du-Sud.


In the heart of the Creeks of Piana, a wonderful point of view.

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Uploaded: 01/08/2011
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Tags: corse; calanques; calanches; piana; porto; restaurant; roches bleues; panorama
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